This monograph offers insight into the way people lived and behaved when agriculture was the mainstay of the Irish economy. Using core data it illuminates issues as diverse as production patterns, prosperity and the Great Famine, political agitation during the French wars and agrarian unrest.
Subjects: Economics, History, Sociology
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